On this coast you eat luxuriously, with a large menu of fish and seafood, some during the whole year and others according to the season: long finned tuna from the North, hake cooked in cider, grilled sardines, red scorpionfish cake, oricios (sea urchins), mussels, llámparas (limpets), barnacles, squid... Some towns even boast typical dishes, such as curadillo from Cudillero and the oysters from the Eo and in everything you can taste jewels of the Cantabrian such as bugre (lobster) and andaricas (velvet crabs).
Gastronomy, the protagonist of any moment of leisure.
Gastronomy is a pillar of Asturian tourism and culture. The Cantabrian guarantees unforgettable experiences thanks to the fresh products and an excellent recipe book.
Delicacies with an intense flavour of the Cantabrian that you will taste with an unparalleled quality and with different recipes in the renowned hotel establishments of the fishing villages, where experienced professionals will guide you as to the best choice according to the season. Sit down and enjoy unforgettable mouthfuls.
The prestige of good food
Is accredited in the restaurants of the coast with distinctions such as the "Mesas de Asturias" marks -Gastronomic Excellence-, that recognise the mastery and quality of the dishes and good service and "Sidrerías de Asturias" -Natural Quality-, for the effort of those that offer the best cider to wash down those dishes, and the Michelin Stars.
Products from the Cantabrian.
The gastronomy of the Cantabrian always reigns and it has become the axis of other relevant events, such as the disembarkation of Charles V in Tazones and L'Amuravela in Cudillero, also of tourist reference.
Protagonist products at different gastronomic events celebrated throughout the year, such as the day of the elver in L'Arena/San Juan de la Arena and the Sardine Festival in Candás, both of regional tourist interest.